Assistant Professor of Biostatistics at
Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health



I obtained my BS in Mathematics from Fairfield University in 2008. I obtained my MS (2009) and PhD (2014) in Biostatistics from Columbia University. My dissertation was advised by Yuanjia Wang and focused on empirically deriving diagnostic rules for psychiatric disorders.

My current research interests include the analysis of clinical trials, longitudinal data analysis, statistical learning techniques, and the application of statistics to problems in mental health and health policy research. I am also very interested in teaching Biostatistics in the health sciences, specifically to a non-mathematically trained audience.

Contact Information

Christine Mauro, PhD
Department of Biostatistics
Columbia Mailman School of Public Health
722 West 168th Street, Room 643
New York, New York 10032